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New York Watchdog Extends Window for Bittrex Users to Withdraw Funds

| William Foxley

The crypto exchange will again extend its deadline for New York customers to withdraw funds from their accounts following the regulator's approval.

New York’s Financial Regulator Is Reviewing the Controversial BitLicense

| Nikhilesh De

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) is revisiting how it licenses crypto startups.

New York’s Financial Watchdog Is Hiring Another Crypto Superintendent

| William Foxley

The specialized crypto unit of the New York Department of Financial Services is beefing up its staff with another hire.

Binance to List Its New Dollar-Backed BUSD Stablecoin Next Week

| Christine Kim

Binance's dollar-backed stablecoin, BUSD, created in partnership with the Paxos Trust Company, will soon be available for trading.

Binance Launches Dollar-Backed Crypto Stablecoin With NYDFS Blessing

| Nikhilesh De

Binance has announced a dollar-backed stablecoin approved by NYDFS and launched in partnership with Paxos.

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New NYDFS Division to Oversee Licensing for Cryptocurrency Startups

| Daniel Kuhn

The Research and Innovation Division will include an in-house team that supervises cryptocurrencies.

New York Grants Bitlicense to Institutional Crypto Exchange Seed CX

| Nikhilesh De

NYDFS has granted two BitLicenses to subsidiaries of Seed CX, allowing the company to offer crypto services to financial firms.

Bakkt Acquires Crypto Custodian, Partners With BNY Mellon on Key Storage

| Nikhilesh De

Bitcoin futures exchange Bakkt has acquired the Digital Asset Custody Company and is working with global bank BNY Mellon on crypto key storage.

Bittrex: ‘North Korean’ Accounts Flagged by NYDFS Were South Korean

| Marc Hochstein

Crypto exchange Bittrex says New York regulators erred in identifying two of its users as North Korean.

NYDFS: Why We Rejected Bittrex’s Application for a BitLicense

| Shirin Emami

Bittrex is not telling the full story about its BitLicense denial, a New York Department of Financial Services official writes.